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Introduction: Current General Situation in Ferrous Metallurgy of Ukraine: Problems and OutlookIn the Ukraine, rather large capacities on output of steel and rolled steel are available. The country the 8th greatest producer of steel and 7th of iron in the world (in 2008). The country exports up to 80% of production volume of its ferrous metallurgy, including the whole range of the sector products: iron ore, iron, ferroalloys, billet, slabs, skelp for pipes, rebar, wire rod, sections, HR and CR flat steel in coils and sheets, pipes, metalware products, coated steel, etc.Share of Ukraine in ferrous metallurgy production of the CIS is very high: Ukraine yields 37% of total CIS iron, 34% of CIS steel and 27% of CIS rolled steel. Ferrous metallurgy is basic sector of Ukrainian economy. It includes around 200 enterprises, including 12 mining and concentrating enterprises, 14 metallurgical integrated Works and plants, 12 pipe plants, 13 metalware plants, 11 coal-tar chemical plants, 10 refractory plants, ferroalloys plants, 112 secondary ferrous metals enterprises (on processing scrap and wastes), as well as machine building, repair and engineering enterprises.Notice that, in the Ukraine, a share of ferrous metallurgy in industrial output of the country is the greatest among countries of the former USSR, around 25%; the sector gains up to 40% of the country export receipts in hard currency and 7-8% of GDP.Current standing of Ukrainian ferrous metallurgy is characterised by imperfect structure and lag in technology from developed countries and even Russia. For instance, in Ukraine, above 36% of steel is produced by open-hearth rout, and only around 40% are continuously cast (2008). Range and shares of products of Ukrainian ferrous metallurgy are inconsistent with world market demand. This Ukrainian sector requires radical modernisation and reconstruction, as well as optimising structure of range of final products. Productive assets are worn and obsolete: by the end of 2008, depreciation of facilities operating exceeded 60% (including 54% depreciation of cokeoven batteries, 80% of available blast furnaces, 90% of open hearth furnaces and rolling mills; 26% depreciation of converters), and the completely depreciated facilities yield above a half of the country steel products.The situation is aggravated by the fact that most of the sector enterprises are socalled city-forming (i.e. are the sole job sources in a district). Thus, closing obsolete capacities results in arising serious social tension owing to growth of unemployment. These problems were especially sharpened since September 2008 in the period of the global and local financial-economic crisis.Ukrainian government attempted to improve the situation in the sector by giving various preferences, tax credits to metallurgical companies, decreasing duties and tariffs for them. For instance, from mid-1999 to the end of 2001, a large-scale experiment was conducted in Ukrainian metallurgy: giving considerable tax and other privileges to the sector enterprises to overcome crisis in the sector. The experiment allowed to restore partially working capital of the enterprises and to begin their modernization.

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  1. 1. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Steel & Rolled Steel in the UkrainePublished on December 2009 Report SummaryIntroduction: Current General Situation in Ferrous Metallurgy of Ukraine: Problems and OutlookIn the Ukraine, rather large capacities on output of steel and rolled steel are available. The country the 8th greatest producer of steeland 7th of iron in the world (in 2008). The country exports up to 80% of production volume of its ferrous metallurgy, including thewhole range of the sector products: iron ore, iron, ferroalloys, billet, slabs, skelp for pipes, rebar, wire rod, sections, HR and CR flatsteel in coils and sheets, pipes, metalware products, coated steel, etc.Share of Ukraine in ferrous metallurgy production of the CIS is very high: Ukraine yields 37% of total CIS iron, 34% of CIS steel and27% of CIS rolled steel. Ferrous metallurgy is basic sector of Ukrainian economy. It includes around 200 enterprises, including 12mining and concentrating enterprises, 14 metallurgical integrated Works and plants, 12 pipe plants, 13 metalware plants, 11 coal-tarchemical plants, 10 refractory plants, ferroalloys plants, 112 secondary ferrous metals enterprises (on processing scrap and wastes),as well as machine building, repair and engineering enterprises.Notice that, in the Ukraine, a share of ferrous metallurgy in industrial output of the country is the greatest among countries of theformer USSR, around 25%; the sector gains up to 40% of the country export receipts in hard currency and 7-8% of GDP.Current standing of Ukrainian ferrous metallurgy is characterised by imperfect structure and lag in technology from developedcountries and even Russia. For instance, in Ukraine, above 36% of steel is produced by open-hearth rout, and only around 40% arecontinuously cast (2008). Range and shares of products of Ukrainian ferrous metallurgy are inconsistent with world market demand.This Ukrainian sector requires radical modernisation and reconstruction, as well as optimising structure of range of final products.Productive assets are worn and obsolete: by the end of 2008, depreciation of facilities operating exceeded 60% (including 54%depreciation of cokeoven batteries, 80% of available blast furnaces, 90% of open hearth furnaces and rolling mills; 26% depreciationof converters), and the completely depreciated facilities yield above a half of the country steel products.The situation is aggravated by the fact that most of the sector enterprises are socalled city-forming (i.e. are the sole job sources in adistrict). Thus, closing obsolete capacities results in arising serious social tension owing to growth of unemployment. These problemswere especially sharpened since September 2008 in the period of the global and local financial-economic crisis.Ukrainian government attempted to improve the situation in the sector by giving various preferences, tax credits to metallurgicalcompanies, decreasing duties and tariffs for them. For instance, from mid-1999 to the end of 2001, a large-scale experiment wasconducted in Ukrainian metallurgy: giving considerable tax and other privileges to the sector enterprises to overcome crisis in thesector. The experiment allowed to restore partially working capital of the enterprises and to begin their modernization. Table of ContentTable of ContentsPart I. Standing of Ferrous Metallurgy of the UkraineSteel & Rolled Steel in the Ukraine Page 1/8
  2. 2. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsIntroduction: Current General Situation in Ferrous Metallurgy of Ukraine: Problems and Outlook1.1 Production, Capacity Utilisation1.2. Financial Standing1.3 Provision with Raw Materials1.3.1 Iron ore resources1.3.2 Iron1.3.3 Scrap and Wastes1.4 Restructuring and privatization of Ukrainian ferrous metallurgy1.5. Key export markets of Ukrainian steelmakers1.6. Antidumping probes and investigations against Ukrainian steelmakers1.7. Domestic Consumption of Steel and Rolled Steel1.8. The main domestic end-uses of rolled steel in UkraineProduction of pipes and metalwareMetalwareMachine BuildingMotor IndustryBuilding industry and building material industryRailway Sector1.10 Pricing and prices on products of Ukrainian ferrous metallurgy1.11. Forecast of production and consumption of crude and finished rolled steel in UkrainePart II. Standing of the Main Ukrainian Steelmaking Enterprises2.1 ArcelorMittal Kryviy RihGeneral InformationThe enterprise structure, capacities, range of productsProduction and tendencies of the Works developmentSources and suppliers of raw materials0SalesDomestic marketExportsCompetitivenessRealised Project and Program for DevelopmentEcologyFinancial StandingPrivatization and OwnershipAppendixEquipment (The main productive facilities and their characteristics)Mix of products and their characteristicsHarmonized Commodity Description And Coding System (Russian)ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rihs rolled steel exports (by code) by country 2001-2008, kt2.2 Mariupol Ilyich Integrated Iron-and-Steel WorksGeneral informationThe enterprise structure, capacities, range of productsBlast furnace productionSteelmaking productionProduction volume and tendencies of the Works developmentSalesSteel & Rolled Steel in the Ukraine Page 2/8
  3. 3. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsDomestic marketExportsCompetitivenessA Program of Mariupol Ilyich Development and Investment ActivityFinancial StandingPrivatization and OwnershipPersonnel and Social ResponsibilityAppendixMix of products and their characteristicsMix of Products of Rolling PlantsMariupol Ilyich Exports in 2001-2008 by kind of products and by country-importer, kt2.3 Azovstal Integrated Iron-and-Steel WorksGeneral informationThe enterprise structure, capacities, range of productsProduction output and tendencies of the Works developmentSuppliers of ResourcesCompetitivenessSalesDomestic marketExportsRealised Projects, A Program of Azovstal Upgrading and InvestmentsFinancial StandingPrivatization and OwnershipPersonnel, Wages, Social ResponsibilityAppendixThe main productive facilities and their characteristicsMix of products and their characteristicsAzovstals Rolled Steel Exports in 2001-2008 by kind (customs codes) and country, kt2.4 Zaporozhstal Integrated Iron-and-Steel WorksGeneral InformationThe enterprise structure, capacities, range of productsProduction and tendencies of its developmentSources and suppliers of raw materialsCompetitivenessSalesDomestic marketExportsRealised Projects and Program of Zaporozhstal Development and InvestmentsFinancial StandingCreditsEnvironmental MeasuresSocial ResponsibilityThe Works Personnel and WagesPrivatization and OwnershipAppendixThe main productive facilities and their characteristicsRange of products and their characteristicsZaporozhstals Rolled Steel Exports in 2001-2008 by kind (customs codes) and country, ktSteel & Rolled Steel in the Ukraine Page 3/8
  4. 4. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics2.5. JSC Dneprovsky Integrated Iron&Steel Works named after DzershinskyGeneral informationStructure, capacities, range of productsOutput of products and tendencies of developmentSources and suppliers of raw materialsSalesDomestic marketExportsCompetitivenessThe Program of DMK im. Dzerzhinsky Development and InvestmentsPersonnelFinancial ResultsPrivatization and ownershipAppendixThe main productive facilities and their characteristicsMix of products and their characteristicsDzerzhinsky DMKs exports (broken by kind of products foreign trade code) by country in 2001-2008, ktList of TablesTable 1: Production capacities of Ukrainian metallurgical enterprises, broken by rout of steelmaking, kt per yearTable 2: Ukrainian crude steel production in 1999-2008, broken by the rout, ktTable 3: Production of the main types of rolled steel in Ukraine in 2000-2008, (mln t)Table 4: Availability of capacities on production of various steel products in Ukrainian enterprisesTable 5: Production of flat and long steel* in Ukraine in 2006-2008, ktTable 6: Steel and rolled steel production of Ukrainian enterprises in 2000-2008, ktTable 7: Parameters of steel production effectiveness by the greatest steelmakers in Ukraine (steel output per 1 employee,t/employee) in 2000-2008Table 8: Financial results of the greatest Ukrainian steelmakers in 2007-2008 (bln UAH)Table 9: Iron production by Ukrainian enterprises in 2000-2008, ktTable 10: Ukrainian iron exports in 2001-2008, ktTable 11: Iron scrap supply to Ukrainian metallurgical enterprises* in 2000-2008, ktTable 12: Ukrainian ferrous scrap exports in 2001-2009, ktTable 13: Privatisation of the main assets in Ukrainian ferrous metallurgyTable 14: Structure of key assets of Metinvest Holding GroupTable 15: Ukrainian Ferrous Metals Exports in 2001-2008, ktTable 16: The greatest Ukrainian exporters of ferrous metallurgy products in 2008, ktTable 17: The greatest country-importers of Ukrainian rolled steel products in 2002-2008, ktTable 18: Actual consumption of rolled steel in Ukrainian industry by sector in 2001-2008, ktTable 19: Metalware production by the greatest Ukrainian producers for 2001-2008, ktTable 20: Production of the main kinds of high-steel-consuming industrial products in Ukraine in 1993-2009Table 21: Growth of wholesale prices on some industrial products in Ukraine in 1995-2008 (times compared with previous year)Table 22: Rates of freight railage tariffs growth (broken by product), in 2002-2008 (%, Q4 y-o-y)Table 23: Average annual export prices for the main types of Ukrainian rolled steel in 1996-2008, USD/tTable 24: Forecast of production of the main kinds of ferrous metallurgy products in Ukraine up to 2015, mln tonesTable 25: Forecasted supply-demand balance of rolled steel in Ukraine up to 2015, mln tonnesTable 26: Production of basic products of Krivorozhstal by years, ktTable 27: Supplies of Ukrainian iron ore resources to «Krivorozhstal»/AMRK in 2001-2008, ktTable 28: Import supplies of coal to JSC «Krivorozhstal» in 2001-2008, ktTable 29: Domestic prices on rolled steel of «Krivorozhstal» in 2002-2003, exclusive of VAT, UAH/tTable 30: Domestic prices on rolled steel of «Krivorozhstal» in 2004-2007, exclusive of VAT, $/tSteel & Rolled Steel in the Ukraine Page 4/8
  5. 5. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsTable 31: Pattern of Krivorozhstal exports in 1997-2008, %Table 32: Share of exports in total rolled steel production of KrivorozhstalTable 33: Average annual export prices of Krivorozhstal/AMKR products in 2001-2008, $/tTable 34: Financial results of Krivorozhstal in 2001-2008, million UAHTable 35: Average composition of charge in the open hearth steelmaking at Mariupol Ilyich Works in 2006 and 2008, kg/t steelTable 36: Production of the main products at Mariupol Ilyich Works by year in 1997-2008, thous. tonnesTable 37: Coke and coal imports by «Mariupol Ilyich» in 2001-2008, ktTable 38: Supplies of iron ore resources to «Mariupol Ilyich» in 2001-2008, ktTable 39: Supplies of iron ore resources (with HBI) to Mariupol Ilyich from Russia in 2001-2008Table 40: Mariupol Ilyich Iron and Steel Works imports of zinc metal in 2001-2008, ktTable 41: Share of exports in rolled steel output of Mariupol Ilyich in 1997-2008Table 42: Exports pattern of Mariupol Ilyich Works (by kind) in 1997-2008, %Table 43: Average annual export prices on Mariupol Ilyich products for 2001-2008, $/tTable 44: Financial results of Mariupol Ilyich Works in 2001-2008, mln UAHTable 45: Azovstal Production by kind of product in 1997-2008, by years, ktTable 46: Imports of coking coal by Azovstal in 2001-2008, ktTable 47: Supplies of iron ore resources to Azovstal in 2001-2008, ktTable 48: Imports of iron ore resources by Azovstal in 2001-2008, ktTable 49: Imports of ferroalloys by Azovstal in 2001-2008, tTable 50: Share of exports in total production of Azovstal rolled steel in 1997-2008*Table 51: Commodity pattern of Azovstal Works exports in 1997-2008, %Table 52: Average annual export prices on Azovstal steel in 2001-2008, $/tTable 53: Financial results of Azovstal in 2001-2008, million UAHTable 54: JSC Azovstal personnel in 2001-2008Table 55: Production of basic products of Zaporozhstal in 1997-2008, ktTable 56: JSC «Zaporozhstal» imports of coke and coal in 2001-2008, ktTable 57: Supplies of iron ore resources to «Zaporozhstal» in 2001-2008, ktTable 58: Supplies of iron ore resources from Russia to JSC «Zaporozhstal» in 2001-2008, ktTable 59: Geographic pattern of domestic sales of JSC «Zaporozhstal» in 2003-2008, %Table 60: Pattern of Zaporozhstal domestic sales, broken by end-use (branch of industry) (share in Zaporozhstal domestic sales, %)in 2000-2008Table 61: Share of exports in total production of rolled steel by Zaporozhstal in 2000-2008Table 62: Exports structure of Zaporozhstal Works (by kind of products) in 1997-2008, %Table 63: Average annual export prices on «Zaporozhstal» products in 2001-2008, $/tonneTable 64: Investment projects of JSC ZaporozhstalTable 65: Financial results of Zaporozhstal in 2001-2008, million UAHTable 66: Data on Zaporozhstal personnel in 2001-2008Table 67: Dynamics of Dneprovsky Integrated Iron&Steel Works named after Dzershinsky production in 2001-2008, ktTable 68: Supplies of iron ore resources to DMK im. Dzerzhinsky in 2001-2008, ktTable 69: DMK im. Dzerzhinsky imports of iron ore resources from Russia in 2001-2008, kt/mln UAHTable 70: Share of exports in production volume of DMK im. Dzerzhinsky in 2000-2008, kt, %Table 71: Pattern of exports of «DMK im. Dzerzhinsky» in 2000-2008 from data of Ukrainian State Customs Committee, %Table 72: Pattern of exports of «DMK im. Dzerzhinsky» in 2002-2008 from data of Ukrainian railage statistics, %Table 73: Exports of other products of DMK im. Dzerzhinsky in 2001-2008, ktTable 74: Average annual export prices on rolled steel of DMK im. Dzerzhinsky in 2001-2008, $/tTable 75: Staff and salary fund at DMK Dzerzhinsky in 2000-2008Table 76: Financial results of DMK im. Dzerzhinsky in 2000-2008, mln UAHList of FiguresSteel & Rolled Steel in the Ukraine Page 5/8
  6. 6. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsFigure 1: Steel and rolled steel production in Ukraine*, ktFigure 2: Continuously cast steel production in Ukraine in 1992-2008, mln tFigure 3: Location of the largest Ukrainian steelmakersFigure 4: Pattern of crude steel production in Ukraine (broken by producer) in 2007 and 2008Figure 5: Pattern of rolled steel production in Ukraine (broken by producer) in 2007 and 2008Figure 6: Production of iron in Ukraine in 1992-2009*Figure 7: Dynamics of average monthly exports of Ukrainian flat-rolled steel in 2008-2009, ktFigure 8: Ukrainian Pipe Production in 1995-2008 (kt)Figure 9: Average monthly dynamics of metalware production and apparent wire rod consumption in Ukraine in 2007-2008, ktFigure 10: Monthly dynamics of Ukrainian imports of coated sheet in 2008-2009, ktFigure 11: Average annual electric power prices in 1992-2008, $US/kWhFigure 12: Dynamics of average monthly export prices on Ukrainian rolled steel in 2007-2009, USD/t FOBFigure 13: Dynamics of average monthly prices on Ukrainian CR flats (coils) in 2008-2009, $/tonne (domestic prices exclusive of VAT)Figure 14: Flow sheet of the Mining-Concentration Complex of AMKRFigure 15: Flowsheet of the Metallurgical Production of AMKR (Krivorozhstal)Figure 16: Domestic prices on AMKRs rebar and wire rod in 2007-2009, UAH/t including VATFigure 17: The flow sheet of metallurgical manufacture of Mariupol Ilyich Integrated Iron-and-Steel WorksFigure 18: Domestic prices on rolled steel of Mariupol Ilyich in 2007-2009 including VAT, $/tonneFigure 19: Geographic pattern of Mariupol Ilyich Works exports (by region) in 2008, %Figure 20: Pattern of Azovstal domestic sales in 2008 (by sector), %Figure 21: Geographic pattern of Azovstals exports by region in 2007 and 2008, %Figure 22: Flow sheet of JSC Zaporozhstal productionFigure 23: Domestic prices on «Zaporozhstal» rolled steel in 2007-2009 including VAT, UAH/tonneFigure 24: Geographic pattern of Zaporozhstal exports by region in 2005, %Figure 25: Geographic pattern of Zaporozhstal exports by region in 2008, %Figure 26: DMKs domestic sales in 2002-2008, kt, %Figure 27: Domestic prices on DMKs rolled steel in 2007-2008 including VAT, $/tFigure 28: Geographic pattern of DMKs exports by regions of the world in 2007 and 2008, %Steel & Rolled Steel in the Ukraine Page 6/8
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